Glasgow wing Tommy Seymour hopes he hasn't "run the well dry" after his four-try performance in their victory over Leinster at Scotstoun.
The virtuoso showing helped the Warriors prevail 33-25 against their PRO12 title rivals, this after they were down 19-12 at the turnaround.
Seymour could not be stopped though, with three second-half scores adding to his one in the first to leave the international a happy wing.
"It was pretty special," he told PRO12 Rugby's website after the win.
"I hope I haven't run the well dry yet. I'm incredibly happy and thankful for the guys inside me having that ability to put those passes in and put me away.
"It's a huge win going forward."
He added: "It's very early on in the season – we're obviously incredibly happy, and it's a huge momentum boost beating two quality opposition like that, but we're not getting ahead of ourselves.
"We had the harsh words at half-time and talked about the things we needed to correct, but that's the positive thing about us, we're harsh on ourselves, we're sensible when it comes to taking on the advice that we're giving each other.
"We're not panicking, we're not trying to force things – if you start trying to chase things that aren't coming naturally you often find yourselves on the end of the bigger margin."